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Enjoy this Crosswind Landings plane spotting footage of Air North, Air Canada, Delta Connection and American Eagle aircraft departing and/or arriving at YVR. Subscribe to the Crosswind Landings channel for more planespotting footage! Air North is a small Canadian airline based out of Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport in the Yukon. Side note, Erik Nielsen was the brother of actor/comedian Leslie Nielsen (Airplane!, Naked Gun, Police Squad). Air North’s route map comprises of only ten destinations, which it services with the following aircraft: Two (2) Boeing 737-200 One (1) Boeing 737-400 Four (4) Boeing 737-500 (Source: http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/Air-North-(ANT)) Originally founded as Trans-Canada Air Lines in 1936, Air Canada and its subsidiaries maintain the ninth largest fleet size in the world and fly to the tenth most destinations of any airline (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World's_largest_airlines). Air Canada’s extensive fleet includes the following aircraft: Seventeen (17) Airbus A319-100 Thirty-six (36) Airbus A320-200 Ten (10) Airbus A321-200 Eight (8) Airbus A330-300 Twenty-one (21) Boeing 767-300 Six (6) Boeing 777-200 Seventeen (17) Boeing 777-300 Five (5) Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner Forty-five (45) Embraer ERJ-190 (Source: http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/Air-Canada) Found in 1984, Delta Connection is a regional airline operated by Delta Airlines to service smaller markets in North America. Delta Connection's fleet consists of the following aircraft: Nineteen (19) Canadair CRJ-700 Seventy-three (73) Canadair CRJ-900 Five (5) Embraer ERJ-170 Five (5) Embraer ERJ-175 (Source: http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/Delta-Connection) American Eagle is the regional airline of American Airlines. American Airlines formed in 1930 as a result of the conglomeration of 82 smaller airlines. In 2013, American Airlines announced plans to merge with US Airways, thereby creating the largest airline in the world. The merger was completed in December 2013 and the two airlines have been operating under a single air operator's certificate since April 8, 2015. At present, American Eagle's fleet of aircraft includes the following aircraft: Forty-five Canadair CRJ-700s Thirty Canadair CRJ-900s Twenty-five Embraer ERJ-140s One Hundred and Three Embraer ERJ-145s Fifty-three Embraer ERJ-175s (Source: http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/American-Eagle) Subscribe to this Crosswind Landings channel for more plane spotting videos!